"The Celtic Soul Brothers" as written by James Paterson, Kevin Rowland and Michael Billingham....
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Introducing the Celtic Soul Brothers and featuring the strong devoted,
Ladies and gentlemen, would you now please take your leave.
Because we've sat back looking and nearly been took,
Even been scared but now I don't care and I'm telling anyone who'll listen.
I've seen what's on show and now there's no more to know
'cause I've been there,
I've been seen there,
I've seemed it, dreamed it,
Beened it, schemed it.
Excuse me please, you're standing in my space,
So step aside, now your time's up.
Come on my friends, I would now like to propose a toast
To the strength I see that's surrounding me and those who've cared,
Oh yes, I've been scared and I'm telling anyone who'll listen
I've seen what's on show and now there's no more to know,
Oh I've been there,
I've seen there,
I've seemed it, dreamed it,
Schemed it.
You see I know this to be true,
Now would I lie to you?
And I'm not waiting for approval from you
We're coming through.
More please and thank you.



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"The Celtic Soul Brothers" as written by Kevin Rowland James Paterson

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    General Commenti love this song. no idea what it means. i think it's about fame
    pandora_ash_avalieon June 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNot far off Pandora. Many of Kevin and the Dexy's songs are about the clash and mix of his insecurity and stage fright with his conviction in what they were doing and embrace of / delight in finding people who shared it - the band and audience. So this is about watching others in the pop spotlight doing stuff that Kevin isn't convinced by before plucking up the courage to push them aside and thrust themselves and their sound/vision into the spotlight.
    SuitBoyon April 02, 2009   Link

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